Made in Rhode Island is a drama-comedy about a liberal bisexual DJ living in LA who inherits a cigar lounge in Rhode Island. Jo always hated being from Rhode Island- it was a state that didn’t fit her. So, when her cop ex-boyfriend raided her father’s cigar shop and arrested her brother, it was the perfect excuse to leave and pursue her dream of becoming a DJ. But just as Jo starts to find success in her new life on the West Coast, her old man kicks the bucket and sets off a chain of events that return her to the biggest little state in the union. Now back among friends, family, and a few people she’d rather not deal with anymore, Jo finds herself rebuilding a life she tried to leave. The cigar lounge is failing. Her brother’s in the can, getting into a feud with her father’s old mistress, the mob is knocking at the door looking to cash in on old debts, and the damn regulars just won’t leave.
A young couple have trouble sorting through old baggage when preparing to move in together.
When a cheerful flower shop employee awkwardly comes into contact with a mysterious man dressed in black, she learns of a dark secret that will change her life forever.
From Lola to Sasha, a French-Caribbean youth discovers the need to break out of the patriarchal norms of gender and identity through fashion. Androgyne is a short documentary about finding your style and celebrating the depths of everything that you are.
Trapped in a horrifying and disjointed dreamlike world, a man must escape his own inner demons before they consume him. He must overcome his worst fears or remain forever lost in this never-ending nightmare.
Un reportage di Andrea Natale e Giuseppe Sciarra che racconta lo stato attuale dei lavoratori dello spettacolo, durante la pandemia Covid-19 e a seguito del DPCM 24/10/2020.
Sediment encourages and celebrates the diversity of human life in the world. In this film, which takes place both in Iran and the Netherlands, there is a focus on girls and women in two cultures – Iranian and Dutch – which gives the viewer another way to look at diversities. There is a sense of sameness, rather than individuality, that emerges, no matter their social or cultural environment. But at the same time, the viewer is aware of their very real social, economic and cultural divides. The film is a visualisation of gaps in stories that have been told, and gaps in our understanding of nature.
An investigative journalist tries to find the real story behind a murder. She soon get more than she bargained for and is left with the dilemma of which is more important “truth or peace?”
After suddenly losing her father, Sara meets a strange drone in her backyard and gets carried away on a wistful rescue mission.
A multicultural film created in spoken word/slam style; it is a theatrical, political docudrama. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we had to get creative with respect to safety, filming and post production.. thanks to the commitment and determination of the talent and crew…we needed to create this film in a non traditional way (filmed individually on smart phones by the talent) in order to bring this production to fruition…since we were unable to continue traditional filming, in person and on location as originally planned.